An abundance of layers tailored to perfection make up this month’s work attire. Consider a mix of light and heavy fabrics and touches of print to soften your spring wardrobe
Worn over athleisure à la Hailey Bieber or dressed up for dinner, there’s no denying the versatility of a structured coat. It’s a timeless investment piece that transcends weather, occasion and seasons.
Nothing is quite as temperamental as European weather, even more so during the tail-end of winter. Should the sun happen to come out, dare to bare on the bottom, balancing exposed legs with sleek, oversized outerwear.
When the skies are grey, or the day ahead is daunting, getting into gear can be a challenge. However, dressing yourself happy is a proven phenomenon—stage a sartorial pick-me-up with sunshine hues and sumptuous fabric.
If you are staying in the Middle East rather than braving snow-covered destinations, invest in light layers that can be worn year-round both during alfresco season and to combat the region’s arctic air conditioning come summertime.
Don’t shy away from layering because you’re afraid of adding bulk. Approach with reckless abandon, experimenting with prints and contrasting levels with cropped vests over long line shirts.
Living in the eternal sunshine makes us all the more excited to break out the winter wear when the opportunity arises. So, why not go all out when you do? Playful, head-turning pieces are the way to welcome a joyful spring.
Not your father’s floral tie, pops of patterns mix business with pleasure. Complement prints like a pro by sticking within one colour family, whether it be neutral or loud and proud.
In the thick of the winter wind-down, where the festive season is but a distant memory, diaries are bursting with to-dos and spring is on the horizon. Comfort, functionality and fashion go hand in hand to brighten up the days.
Find a balance between casual and cool by teaming slouchy knits with tailoring. Coperni’s viral hooded knitwear paired with polished pinstripes does the business.
Androgenous dressing is going nowhere fast. Gabriella Hearst, Erdem, Louis Vuitton and Maison Margiela are leading the charge with staple separates that mean business.
Photographer: Saskia Lawson | Stylist: Sophia Katyea | Model: Barbara Kovacs At Linden Staub | Makeup artist: Alex Reader Using Dior Beauty | Hairstylist: Nathan Klein Using Ghd
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